As your place to find the most coveted, unique and unparalleled selection, we’re proud to introduce #eBayedits. To celebrate 25 years of eBay, the country’s top tastemakers have come together to showcase what they love in fashion, home décor, culinary, tech, auto, collectibles and sneakers. From the new and now, to the vintage and rare, you can find it on eBay.
With extensive pop culture knowledge and an innate ability to ease his guests, Tyrone brings his expertise to Canada’s most-watched entertainment program, ETALK, as a Reporter. Tyrone got his start in television as the host of RAP CITY, before becoming a host on Much and E!. His versatility and enthusiasm landed him many gigs including the TSN original social media series 6IX DEGREES.
Tyrone is heavily involved in his community as a mentor and coach for underprivileged youth. He founded Concrete Hoops, a not-for-profit basketball camp that aims to incorporate life skills with the love of the game. He has been a program leader with the urban youth-oriented Remix Project, which helps kids from all 13 priority neighbourhoods in Toronto.
Tyrone received the 2016 Mandela Legacy Hope, Success, and Empowerment Award, alongside Naomi Campbell, and Reverend Al Sharpton.
This Toronto-based photographer, visual artist and sneaker enthusiast has been generating buzz over the past few years as she continues to rise on a global scale. Briony’s unique visual art style stands out from the crowd by blending elements of surrealism and pop culture, while also taking cues from a bygone era. Briony's work is meant to strike conversation, push boundaries and reshape the perception of how we view ourselves.
Often incorporating her passion for sneakers into her work, she creates unique images in an organic way to highlight the shoes. Viewing sneakers as pieces of art themselves, she doesn't just own shoes, she owns a collection.
Amber Mac started her career during the dot-com boom. As a strategist for Razorfish and Director of Marketing for an e-procurement software company, she spent four years with tech start-ups.
Amber left the start-up world to join Microsoft to build one of the first female-focused lifestyle portals. In 2006, she started her own digital agency, whose first client was world-renowned business coach, Tony Robbins, and now includes many leading organizations. She wrote the national bestselling business book, Power Friending and co-wrote Amazon bestseller, Outsmarting Your Kids Online.
Amber is a regular business host and has keynoted over 300 events around the world and moderated sessions with: Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau; former FBI Director James Comey; business coach Tony Robbins; and many other notable leaders. In 2018, she was named one of DMZ’s 30 inspirational women making a difference in tech.
Devin Connell is the founder of This Is Crumb -- an online food lovers destination for recipes, tutorials and tips on how to cook with spontaneity and with joy. Devin founded Delica Kitchen in Toronto for 10 years. As a café/bakery specializing in gourmet sandwiches, soups, salads and baked goods, Delica Kitchen received frequent media recognition for its food, and design.
Devin has appeared on City Line, Breakfast Television, CTV Your Morning, Metro Morning CBC News and Entertainment Tonight Canada. She was a guest judge on Top Chef Canada and was a co-star on Food Network Canada’s, Chef in Your Ear.
She also consults to various Canadian food and beverage companies. She is the co-author of Two Dishes Cookbook, and is working on her second cookbook to be published in 2021. She is a recipe developer, food and beverage trend forecaster and food and travel writer.
Devin holds a BFA in Graphic Design from Parsons School of Design, New York, an Art Business Certificate from Sotheby’s Institute, London, England and a certificate of Fine Pastry Techniques from The Cordon Bleu, Paris, France.
Born and raised in Montreal, Cary Tauben began his prolific career at the age of 20. By 21 he took the position of Fashion Editor for Dress To Kill Magazine and has since accomplished more in his young career than many of the most seasoned stylists.
Cary progressively built a reputation for portraying both gritty realism, hard-edged minimalism and graphic modernity that has landed him at the forefront of today’s new guard of fashion. He has been featured in publications such as Dress To Kill, Elle Canada, and Fashion Magazine. Along with his extensive editorial work, Cary’s clean and precise aesthetic has gained him the attention of brands including Chanel, Hermes, Michael Kors and Aldo (to name a few) where he’s worked as a collaborator and consultant.
In 2018, represented by the Creative Agency The Project, Cary Tauben became the darling of Quebec with a brand-new reality TV show broadcast on the TVA network: XOXO. Cary has also used his acclaim to advocate for the reuse of clothing in the garment industry and has dramatically raised awareness around the impact of clothing production in Canada.
Nhu Nguyen worked in a number of different roles in various industries, including teaching, office administration, and cooking, before she decided to quit and pursue something she had wanted to do since high school.
She started her apprenticeship at Mohawk College, completed it at Centennial, then joined a Porsche dealer in 2013. It was through working with a GT3 Cup Challenge team and the Porsche Ice Experience in Quebec that she intensified her knowledge.
Nhu was hooked on the auto industry after building her first air-cooled engine. Outside of work, Nhu loves to spend time with her family.